As the seasons change, so does our skin.
With autumn around the corner, it's time to reassess our beauty routines to make sure our warm-weather faces are still radiant come fall. The less humid weather may call for heavier moisturizers or conditioning lip treatments, and there are tons of other ways to prep your skin for the cooler days ahead.
That's why we took to the streets to see what the women of New York City, fresh-faced as ever, had to say about skincare. Find out the DIY powers of essential oils and quick at-home remedies for breakouts with these tips and tricks that will transform your beauty routine. As always, please consult a doctor with any skin issues and questions.
says: "I usually just wash my face once a day... I think the most important thing is to find a face moisturizer that you really like and to use it everyday."
TRY THIS: Dermalogica Clearing Skin Wash
says: "I always tell people to take off their makeup at night, moisturize and don't smoke -- that's what keeps my skin clear and glowy."
TRY THIS: La Mer The Eye Balm Intense
says: "You will be surprised how many things you touch and what bacteria and germs can affect the condition of your skin, leading to breakouts, so make sure to wash your hands."
TRY THIS: L'oreal True Match Powder
says: "I steep the bag for a minute, let it cool a bit and then lay them right on my eyelids for a little while."
TRY THIS: Lipton Black Tea
says: "You need green tea bags and rice paper -- that's it. Steep the green tea for five to ten minutes, wait for it to cool, soak the rice paper and then place the soaking paper on your face for five to seven minutes."
TRY THIS: Bigelow Green Tea
says: "I just use my favorite kitchen product, olive oil, as a moisturizer. I use it on my face and all over my body as well."
TRY THIS: Bragg Organic Olive Oil
says: "It's so important to drink a lot of water and eat healthy. If you don't do that, then it doesn't matter what products you use."
A glass of water